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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by Ungoliant, Feb 26, 2018.
• Thrixopelma ockerti
Today my wee B. albopilosum sling made me very proud. It caught its first live prey, that poor little baby roach had no chance...
Locke (that's the German word for 'curl') was quite happy as well, as you can see...
• Caribena versicolor
• Aphonopelma bicoloratum
My boy with his big fat butt hehe
B.Hamorii sling at 1/2 inch .soo precious!
And my b.albopilosum !
• Ephebopus murinus
Something to Sink Your Teeth Into (Phormictopus sp. "south Hispaniola" 1")
Catch! (Avicularia avicularia 1" from @cold blood)
I cut a mealworm in half for my two Avic slings. The side with the head kept crawling with alarming speed, and when it fell off the edge of the webbing, I thought it was lost. To my surprise, the sling caught it on the way down.
Cuddly times with a roach...
Homoeomma sp. fire
Avicularia avicularia Sling (1")
Ornithoctoninae sp. "Hati Hati"
Just entered the hobby in July, so this thread works
Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens. Honestly stunning slings.
Acanthoscurria geniculata. This was right after a molt.
Grammostola pulchra, in pre-molt.
Brachypelma auratum. New addition and teeny tiny.
I also recently got a Harpactira pulchripes sling but that guy is always burrowed and I haven't been able to get a good pic.
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P. subfusca HL out of hiding since it molted a few days ago.